Greytown, Greytown

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1 hour ago

Chests of drawers

Ben from Carterton District

Relisted due to time waster and lockdown.

A pair (not matching) of chests of drawers. I think they might be deco but I am not certain. The right hand shorter one has a stamp inside the top left drawer that says “solid rimu”. Again, I cannot vouch for accuracy. Average condition, would benefit… View more
Relisted due to time waster and lockdown.

A pair (not matching) of chests of drawers. I think they might be deco but I am not certain. The right hand shorter one has a stamp inside the top left drawer that says “solid rimu”. Again, I cannot vouch for accuracy. Average condition, would benefit from a sand and refinish.

The taller one is in better nick, no water stains and the drawers aren’t lined with paper.

Dimensions - tall is 1000 tall x 680 wide x 430 deep. Short is 900 high, x Same x same.

Pickups from Belvedere hall at arranged time, or I can deliver to Masterton, Carterton or Greytown at my convenience, or further for beer.

$60 each or $100 for the pair. Or if anyone can suggest a charity that would definitely want them, I’m open to that too.

Negotiable

3 days ago

Friday Feathered Friend

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Something a bit different this week. Louise Thomas features regularly on Neighbourly but it appears she is not the only bird lover in the family.
"This beautiful drawing was a present from my lovely daughter, Caitlin, for my birthday. It's a portrait of a chap who frequents a large tree… View more
Something a bit different this week. Louise Thomas features regularly on Neighbourly but it appears she is not the only bird lover in the family.
"This beautiful drawing was a present from my lovely daughter, Caitlin, for my birthday. It's a portrait of a chap who frequents a large tree at the back of our neighbour's section - it borders our section at the back so he is often peering into our yard - this is the view we normally have of him. I've always valued the handcrafted gifts my children give me - looking at them in chronological order is like viewing the ascent of man. This one's going straight to the trophy room. Kererū/wood pigeon (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae)."

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1 day ago

Pet of the Day: Meet Peaches

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Peaches from Stokes Valley belongs to Carmen Maria Thomas.

Remember if you want your pet featured on Neighbourly, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz with a recent photo. Please remember to say what suburb you live in.

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7 hours ago

Large wooden framed mirror

Deirdre from Carterton District

Mirror including frame measures 88cm x 71cm. Very good condition.

Price: $30

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8 hours ago

Digital Boost Live - App Launch

Digital Boost

Hi neighbours!

With daylight savings kicking in, we’ll have more hours in the day to make the most of our time outdoors.

So why not keep learning on the go! When you’re on your daily stroll or jog around the neighbourhood, it’s the perfect time to boost your digital knowledge with our … View more
Hi neighbours!

With daylight savings kicking in, we’ll have more hours in the day to make the most of our time outdoors.

So why not keep learning on the go! When you’re on your daily stroll or jog around the neighbourhood, it’s the perfect time to boost your digital knowledge with our brand new app - Digital Boost Live.

Our app has everything you need in the palm of your hand so you can keep learning from anywhere.

You'll remain logged in all the time and have access to exclusive podcasts with business and industry experts only available via our app. Notifications will keep you up to date with new content and competitions as soon as they land.

All our learning videos, downloadable summaries, cases studies, and Q&A sessions will still be there - perfect for small business owners looking for a practical way to keep learning while on the move.

Don't delay, download the app on the Apple App Store or Google Play and start learning today!

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12 hours ago

We're indoors this week

Marty Sebire from Carterton Farmers' Market

As the weather is going to be wet and blustery this weekend, we've managed to find an indoor location to keep out the elements. This Sunday we will be operating from the old RD1 building at 112 High St South.

REMEMBER YOUR MASK. Head on down for your veges and produce from:

Locavore Farm … View more
As the weather is going to be wet and blustery this weekend, we've managed to find an indoor location to keep out the elements. This Sunday we will be operating from the old RD1 building at 112 High St South.

REMEMBER YOUR MASK. Head on down for your veges and produce from:

Locavore Farm Carterton:
We have fennel this week, a versatile vege, you can use the tops in a salad, and try the bulb roasted... Other spray-free compost grown produce for this week includes chinese cabbage, mini daikon, florence fennel, jerusalem artichoke, kohlrabi, baby leeks, lettuce, miners lettuce, parsnips, pumpkin, radishes, silverbeet, turnips and free range eggs

Greytown Gold:
Julie has Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Dukkah, Hazelnuts, roasted & in shell, Feijoas, Lemons & Rhubarb this week.

Helen's Honey:
We have been selling local honey for over 8 years. We have a large range of honey from mild, floral Meadow, through fruity Bush, to our delicious, full-bodied Premium Bush, all at very reasonable prices.

Honey may be purchased in 500g or 900g pots, for $10 or $15, or larger 2.5 and 5kg containers by arrangement. We offer an Eco-Friendly container filling service, where you provide the container and we fill it with your choice of honey, (available by arrangement, not on site at the Market).

Helen will also have some of Elwin Farm s products, including some plants, seeds, eggs and daffodils.

Garden For Life:
Helen’s produce this week at her Garden for Life stall includes: miner’s lettuce, mizuna, mustard salad, spinach, silver beet, NZ spinach, red and green sorrel, parsley, white sage, lemons, grapefruit, whole and shelled hazelnuts, walnuts, Autumn Road quail eggs, and Boly’s organic stoneground flour.

She’ll also have seedlings: red lettuce, lime green mizuna, sweet peas, lotsof vege and flower seeds, indoor and outdoor plants, including raspberrys and grapes, her EverGrow plant bags, and Bokashi buckets and refill bags of Zing.

Hensons Garden:
Wilf will have Potatoes, Yams, Cauli, Broccoli, Leeks, baby leeks, Red and green cabbage, Carrots, Parsnip, Brown and red onions, Eggs, Walnuts, Oranges, Beetroot, pumpkin, and seed potatoes.

Adrianne:
Returning to the market this week, Adrianne will have her beautifully crafted dolls and other creations available to buy - a great gift!

Jenny Abbott:
Jenny will have her eclectic range of plants, from fruit trees to natives, succulents to flowers.

We look forward to seeing you! Here's the address/map:

goo.gl...

17 hours ago

Beef, ordered from here

McDonald's

For delicious grass-raised beef New Zealand is the perfect combo. An ideal climate, lush pastures and innovative farming produces enough beef for Macca’s in New Zealand and around the world.

Our patties are 100% quality beef, and all that’s added is a dash of salt and pepper when cooked.
Find out more

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22 hours ago

Soldering gun with solder

Joan from Masterton District

Soldering gun with solder.
This is an oldie but a goodie. It goes.
Part of an estate.
The plug can be used as is but probably better to get a NZ plug adaptor to plug it into.

Thanks for looking.
Pickup is in Kuripuni.

Price: $20

1 day ago

CAPSICUM SEEDLINGS - Organic

Debbie from Greytown

ORGANIC SWEET BANANA CAPSICUM SEEDLINGS.
An early ripening sweet pepper. $1 each
Pickup in Greytown.

Price: $1

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1 day ago

What's On: Linkline Social Club Inc.

Keith from Tawa

Active, independent, mature and on your own? Enjoy social activities with similar others, including restaurant dinners, cafe lunches, walks, games, outings, movies, etc. Please phone beforehand: Jocelyn 577 1876.
Linkline Social Club Inc.
  • Lunchtime concert at St Andrews Church
4 days ago

Have you spotted a rook on your property?

Community Engagement Advisor from Greater Wellington Regional Council

These large invasive birds are a problem in the Wellington region because they eat and destroy newly germinated seedlings, which sometimes means entire crops need to be re-sown.

We need to protect our region’s environment and economic wellbeing from damage, which is why we aim to remove rooks … View more
These large invasive birds are a problem in the Wellington region because they eat and destroy newly germinated seedlings, which sometimes means entire crops need to be re-sown.

We need to protect our region’s environment and economic wellbeing from damage, which is why we aim to remove rooks from our region by 2029.

Find out more about Rooks here - www.gw.govt.nz...

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2 days ago

It's that time of year again whānau...

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Make sure to update any manual clocks (don't forget about our older neighbours who might need a helping hand) and have a wonderful spring weekend!

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3 days ago

Your local is calling you...

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Last year, we were absolutely overwhelmed with the Neighbourly community's response to our Local Likes campaign - so we want you to go in for round two!

This time we've got 50 chances for you to win a $100 voucher to go towards the business you've nominated. Head through and let … View more
Last year, we were absolutely overwhelmed with the Neighbourly community's response to our Local Likes campaign - so we want you to go in for round two!

This time we've got 50 chances for you to win a $100 voucher to go towards the business you've nominated. Head through and let everyone know why your favourite small business is worth supporting.
Nominate Now!

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4 days ago

What's On: Staglands Wild Trail Challenge

Sheen from Akatarawa

Take on Staglands Wild Trail Challenge these school holidays, from 2 - 17 October and bag Free Kids’ Meal from their Café! Download the Challenge Sheet from their website www.staglands.co.nz
Staglands Wild Trail Challenge
  • Staglands Wildlife Reserve
5 days ago

Breaking snooze! Seriously. Big. Sale.

BedsRus Kapiti, Porirua and Lower Hutt

In need of seriously good sleep? BedsRus has 10, 20, 30, 40 & 50% off across the floor to cater for every sleep need! Our huge finance deals also mean you can enjoy no interest ‘til 2024.

Shop the sale for those who are serious about snooze, in store and online at bedsrus.co.nz. Ts&Cs… View more
In need of seriously good sleep? BedsRus has 10, 20, 30, 40 & 50% off across the floor to cater for every sleep need! Our huge finance deals also mean you can enjoy no interest ‘til 2024.

Shop the sale for those who are serious about snooze, in store and online at bedsrus.co.nz. Ts&Cs apply.
Shop now

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